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Saber

Use saber to say that you know a fact or information, or to say that you know how to do something. Facts and skills are common uses of saber.

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Conocer

Use conocer to say that you know a person or are familiar with a thing. People and places are common uses of conocer.

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The Personal "A"

When you use conocer to say that you know a person, you must use the preposition "a" before the noun referring to the person. This personal "a" must be used whenever a person receives the action of any verb (not just conocer).

Ex: Conocemos a Nina y a Roberto. (We know Nina and Roberto)
¿Ves a tus amigos frecuentemente? (Do you see your friends often?)

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